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who doesnt want adorable pony pictures?? *christmas card photos now added.. opinion?*

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  • who doesnt want adorable pony pictures?? *christmas card photos now added.. opinion?*

    So I have been away in KY since August and had to leave my little guy home in PA. I had not planned to come home for the holiday due to the long drive and our thanksgiving break being a short one. However, my boyfriend and I decided to make the trip home together. I got home to PA yesterday and he continued up to CT today..

    I am only home until Sunday but thats plenty of time to see my little man.

    He is being leased by a little girl and is doing fabulous. Hes a little stinker at the moment but is in very capable hands. He is fat and hairy and very happy at his little farmette. I wish I got to see him more, and hope to eventually get him down to Lexington with me when his leaser outgrows him and wants to move on. I just hate being so far from him... hes way too adorable to be 11hrs away I miss him so much.

    I hope this visit holds me over until I am home for a week or 2 over xmas!

    So here are photos of the little guy Flash .. aka Here Comes Trouble

    here is a link to a ton of photos.. http://s736.photobucket.com/albums/x...spacher/ponyy/
    I hope the cuteness doesn't overdose you! But I thought it might be nice after a stressful day of black friday shopping .. how can anyone not want pony photos??
    True love is taking their pain away and making it yours
    ~rest in peace momma (7/5/08)~
    ~rest in peace thomas (6/2/11)~

  • #2
    The ones where he is "smiling" are rediculously cute!!!

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      #3
      Originally posted by llsc View Post
      The ones where he is "smiling" are rediculously cute!!!
      The first thing I taught him when I got him was to smile It was so much cuter when he had his milking caps versus his big boy teeth now, but it still makes me giggle... he does it anytime he hears a anything that might sound slightly like a treat wrapper crinkling
      True love is taking their pain away and making it yours
      ~rest in peace momma (7/5/08)~
      ~rest in peace thomas (6/2/11)~

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      • #4
        fleur, your smile while riding him is pretty cute too.

        what a great visit you had with pony.
        Nevertheless, she persisted.

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        • #5
          You both look so happy to see each other!!
          And I don't think you have to worry about him being well fed! He is quite plump!

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          • #6
            He is so cute... How did I miss this thread earlier?!!
            "Kindness is free" ~ Eurofoal
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            The CoTH CYA - please consult w/your veterinarian under any and all circumstances.

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              #7
              Originally posted by EqTrainer View Post
              He is so cute... How did I miss this thread earlier?!!
              Glad I am not as biased as I think about him being the cutest thing since sliced bread

              But to add to it all, we did a christmas card photoshoot today with some hats. It normally never works out ... hes cooperative only to a point for that kind of stuff and I normally do not have someone who can actually help hold or photograph. They try but he needs a stronger hand sometimes.

              But my non-horsey best friend gave me a hand today and we made it work
              http://s736.photobucket.com/albums/x...tmas%20Photos/
              So which one would you use for xmas cards?
              True love is taking their pain away and making it yours
              ~rest in peace momma (7/5/08)~
              ~rest in peace thomas (6/2/11)~

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              • #8
                #31: The photo of you and him. It is adorable!
                "The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits." Albert Einstein

                http://s1098.photobucket.com/albums/...2011%20Photos/

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                  Originally posted by Chief2 View Post
                  #31: The photo of you and him. It is adorable!
                  That's actually my friend I'm the blonde in some of them. I had to be the photographer as no one can really use my big slr camera. We had to put it on the fence rigged up of the group shots. My mom wouldn't be very happy with a xmas card with just her . Haha I think she just wants him, the other ones were just for us.
                  True love is taking their pain away and making it yours
                  ~rest in peace momma (7/5/08)~
                  ~rest in peace thomas (6/2/11)~

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                  • #10
                    He is really cute. I like # 32, 33 if you want him only in the pictures. There really is not one of just you and him except #34, but I would crop and recenter!
                    He looks like a very patient guy in these photos!!

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                      #11
                      Yeah it was a little difficult. My friend cannot use my camera at all and my mom really only wants the pony.. We children have long since been taken out of the card and replaced with ponies and dogs haha we are used to it.

                      But I do agree... He puts up with way more than he has to for me
                      True love is taking their pain away and making it yours
                      ~rest in peace momma (7/5/08)~
                      ~rest in peace thomas (6/2/11)~

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                      • #12
                        http://s736.photobucket.com/albums/x...t=DSC_0061.jpg I like this one...or any of the ones he's wearing that hat. So cute - what a tolerant pony hahaha!
                        "Choose to chance the rapids, and dare to dance the tides" - Garth Brooks
                        "With your permission, dear, I'll take my fences one at a time" - Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey

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